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Back to Basics: The difference between a dress shirt and a sport shirt

July 24, 2012
sport shirt vs dress shirt

Do you know the difference between a dress shirt and a sport shirt? Most guys consider dress shirts to be anything that buttons down the front with long sleeves and a collar.

There are actually plenty of differences as you’ll soon see. Knowledge is power, so continue reading and get to know the subtle (and not-so-subtle) differences… right now!

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Back to Basics: Which socks do I wear with these?

January 5, 2012

I understand there are a bunch of guys still unsure about which socks to choose when figuring out what to wear for the day. So, if you’re a fan of these Back to Basics articles, you might find this one pretty useful.

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Back to Basics: Choosing a casual shoe

October 10, 2011

I always get questions about what I would consider a good casual, everyday shoe. Hopefully this latest installment of Back to Basics keeps it simple and straight-forward.

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Back to Basics: Make minor outfit tweaks to stand out from the crowd

June 1, 2011

I’m a big believer in little details. As minor as they may seem, they make the biggest difference when properly executed. Not to mention, the ladies seem to notice the little things, so that should give you even more incentive to do your best. Below are some staple wardrobe pieces. You probably have some of these in your closet already. I’m gonna show you how to tweak your daily selection (or next purchase) just a little, so you can stand out from your fellow dudes. In a good way.

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Back to Basics: What color looks best with your skin type

April 21, 2011

Let’s talk about what looks best with your skin color. Color and complexion are pretty important topics we haven’t discussed much here. This seems to be monumentally important to the ladies when they apply makeup, which makes sense when you’re basically coloring your face.

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